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Quick-set hold down clamps.

Pivoting, hinged arms provide a wide opening. Inside serrations hold workpieces securely.

Fast Set-ups, just hold the button down and pull-push the handle to desired clamping position, release the button and turn the handle to tighten.

T-Handle Model SC50 Shown (Heavy Duty)

Straight Handle Model SC50A Shown with soft grip

Part No. Descriptions Max. Pull Force Opening Weight
SC50 T-Handle 1,000 LBS
(455 kg)
5"
(127 mm)
2.2 LBS
(1.0 kg)
SC50A Straight Handle 300 LBS
(135 kg)
5"
(127 mm)
2.0 LBS
(0.9 kg)
SC65 T-Handle 1,000 LBS
(455 kg)
6-1/2"
(165 mm)
2.5 LBS
(1.1 kg)
SC65A Straight Handle 300 LBS
(135 kg)
6-1/2"
(165 mm)
2.2 LBS
(1.0 kg)

Accurate Drilling

Clamp parts while keeping a parallel support underneath.

Curved Clamp Arm

“Step-Over” I-Beams, flanges and other obstacles.

Gang-Mount

Join two clamps together by using the mounting plate.

Clamps Uneven Thicknesses

Swivel Pads tolerate uneven thicknesses.

Precise Clamping

Easy and precise one hand clamping.

Clamp in Tight Spaces

Screw is perpendicular to the clamp jaws for space-saving clamping.

Grip Teeth

Inside grip teeth will hold large pipes and cylinders. Use as a filter wrench or mount attachments, such as lighting fixtures to pipes or I-beams.

Clamps Angled Surfaces

Scissor action with floating grip pads will hold odd shaped parts accurately.

Swing-Away Pad

Two mounting slots on clamp jaws allow mounting of the clamp on the bottom of the bench. The clamp can be swung away when not in use.